QPR have begun their fight back from relegation by cashing in on Swindon Town’s play-off failure.
And for boss Chris Ramsey he will get a chance to cash-in on all he taught Massimo Luongo when the two were at Tottenham together between 2011-13.
He and fellow midfielder Ben Gladwin are set to switch from becoming Robins to Hoops by the end of the day, according to reports.
Australian midfielder Luongo is apparently in west London and set to have a medical with the Championship club. Gladwin will also be having a medical ahead of finalising the deal.
It is understood that the pair will both be signed on three year deals after the formalities are completed.
It appeared that Aston Villa, and Ramsey's old Spurs pal Tim Sherwood, were the front-runners for the pair. But Rs have tabled a bid in the region of £4m, that would eclipse Town's record transfer fee received, the £1.5m that took Kevin Horlock to Manchester City in January 1997.
Swindon Town chairman Lee Power revealed yesterday "three substantial offers'' were in for Luongo and admitted a deal was imminent.
Luongo has spent just over two years at Swindon after signing from Tottenham in 2013, scoring 10 goals in 73 appearances, while Gladwin signed from non-league Marlow in July 2013.
Rangers have refused to comment.